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Jul 22 20:18

FBI raiding L.A. City Hall

Jul 22 19:30

Anti-vaxxers / Ex-vaxxers: The New Blacklisted

By Catherine J. Frompovich

It is with great respect and honest admiration I salute Barbara Loe Fisher, co-founder and president of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), for her remarks about what’s been going on regarding our loss of freedoms relative to self-determination in health issues for us and our children, especially with regard to vaccines and vaccinations, the unsafe prophylaxis ‘preventive healthcare’...

Jul 22 19:04

Telehealth Services Grew Nearly 1,400% With Rapid Urban Expansion

From 2014 to 2018, private insurance claim lines for non-hospital-based provider-to-patient telehealth grew 1,393 percent, according to a new white paper on telehealth from FAIR Health, a national, independent nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing transparency to healthcare costs and health insurance information. The study draws on data from FAIR Health’s comprehensive repository of over 29 billion private healthcare claim records–the largest in the country...

Jul 22 19:02

Aspirin Use Still Widespread Despite Few Benefits, High Risks

Medical consensus once supported daily use of low dose aspirin to prevent heart attack and stroke in people at increased risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD). But in 2018, three major clinical trials cast doubt on that conventional wisdom, finding few benefits and consistent bleeding risks associated with daily aspirin use.

Taken together, the findings led the American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology to change clinical practice guidelines earlier this year, recommending against the routine use of aspirin in people older than 70 years or people with increased bleeding risk who do not have existing cardiovascular disease...

Jul 22 18:18

‘Not a threat or a bluff’: Turkey promises tit-for-tat response if US imposes sanctions over S-400s

Ankara has warned it will retaliate in kind if the US imposes sanctions on Turkey over its purchase of Russian S-400 defense systems, while Moscow has hinted at a potential expansion of defense cooperation with Turkey.

The first deliveries of Russian surface-to-air S-400 defense systems arrived in Turkey earlier in July, as part of a deal which drew criticism from the United States even before it was settled. After the deliveries began, the US cut Turkey off from its F-35 program, stating that the stealth fighter “cannot coexist” alongside the Russian air defense systems.

“If the United States portrays an adversarial attitude towards us, we will take retaliatory measures, as we’ve told them. This is not a threat or a bluff,” Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in an interview with broadcaster TGRT Haber on Monday.

Jul 22 18:14

LooCipher Ransomware Decryptor Gets Your Files Back for Free

A decryptor for the LooCipher Ransomware has been released by Emsisoft that allows victims to decrypt their files for free. If you were infected with LooCipher, do not pay the ransom and instead follow the instructions below.

Jul 22 18:11

Does Facial Recognition Technology Make You Grimace? New Website Offers Map of Where It’s Being Used by Law Enforcement and How to Get It Banned.

By B.N. Frank

Think law enforcement using facial recognition technology to catch criminals isn’t a big deal? You may want to review new website – Ban Facial Recognition – and reevaluate your position.

unsettling information is provided at the website as well as a U.S. map of where this technology is being used by law enforcement. Kudos to San Francisco, CA, Oakland, CA, and Somerville, MA for already passing local ordinances banning it...

Jul 22 18:10

India to buy Russian rocket engines for its space program

New Delhi has plans to purchase rocket engines from Moscow for its growing national space program, Russia’s deputy prime minister said. The announcement follows the successful launch of a new Indian expedition to the Moon.

Jul 22 18:09

Venezuela blames nationwide blackouts on ‘electromagnetic attack’

Preliminary probe into the incident has suggested the “existence of an electromagnetic attack that sought to affect the hydroelectric generation system of Guayana, the main provider of this service in the country,” the minister told state channel VTV.

While authorities are struggling to resolve the crisis, the US-backed opposition leader Juan Guaido has used the power outage to once again attack his political opponent, accusing President Maduro of “destroying” the country's electrical system.

Jul 22 18:02

Too hot to handle? Raspberry Pi 4 fans left wondering if kit should come with a heatsink

It is no surprise that the Pi 4 gets hotter than its predecessor, it is marketed as a viable general-purpose PC, after all.

There is an issue though: if it frequently overheats in normal use, users are not getting full performance. Longevity of the components may also be affected. We advised in our original review that "things got quite warm" when using the Pi for a few days.

Software engineer Martin Rowan has looked in detail at Pi 4 temperatures and concluded that it is "too hot to use enclosed". One of his complaints is that the official case "remains a fan-less design. Sadly this doesn't work out well with the increased thermal load." According to his measurements: "Compared to the Pi 3, the new Raspberry Pi 4 is running 80 per cent hotter and more than 100 per cent hotter when the new 4K display support is enabled."

Jul 22 17:59

5G Is Millimeter Wave Technology. How The ACLU Weighs In On “Directed Energy Devices.”

By B.N. Frank

Millimeter wave technology can be weaponized as used as “directed energy devices.” The ACLU doesn’t seem to look upon this favorably. They aren’t alone...

Jul 22 17:51

Art Neville (The Meters, The Neville Brothers), rest in peace

New Orleans legend Art Neville, founder of the Meters and Neville Brothers, dies at 81

Jul 22 17:39

Verizon Charges $650 Upfront and $85 Monthly for a 5G Hotspot Despite Anticipating Lawsuits, Few Subscribers, Bad Reviews, Widespread Opposition

By B.N. Frank

Since there is research that has already determined that exposure to all sources of wireless radiation is harmful, telecoms have been warning investors they may eventually be held liable for harm. That’s probably why insurance companies won’t cover them anymore, but Verizon isn't deterred...

Jul 22 17:28

The Democrats’ 2020 Campaign Slogan is “Americans suck, vote for us.”

When you have so much of absolutely NOTHING, the only thing you have left is trying to shame, belittle, berate and otherwise demonize everyone you hate. They’re trying to get us to hate ourselves as much as they hate America and Americans. -- My guess is it’s not going to work.

Jul 22 17:19

Unleashed & Unchecked, Fake News Media Propaganda Will Destroy America

What Americans are witnessing occurring in their own Country, and what native populations of the Nations of the EU are now witnessing occurring in Europe, is the gathering storm of disaster for European and U.S. citizens alike—a cascading sequence of events—a horrific, cataclysmic reconfiguration of the entirety of Western Civilization into something out of science fiction–a Dystopian nightmare reality, for the populations of of Europe, and for the citizenry of the United States, from which no one can awaken.

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